Wooden floors provide a stunning backdrop to any renovation, complimenting both period features and modern interiors. We explore the pros and cons of the three main types
Does self-building and renovation inevitably mean an end to home comforts? We explore the options to keep you sane during your development project
Chimney breasts, walls and fireplaces showing wet patches or unsightly staining are signs of an underlying problem with damp. So what is causing it?
Renovating a property without considering the impact on your neighbours could prove to be a costly and stressful oversight, so how can it be avoided?
Carrying out any property renovation can be stressful, but how can you make sure that you are carrying out the work in the most eco-friendly way
London developers are considering property guardians as a cheaper and safer alternative to protect their empty buildings before they start their renovations
This month we caught up with Kerry and Grant to hear about their second property project and Kezzabeth, their hugely popular home renovation blog.
If you are buying a property to renovate and rent out to tenants you need to consider their comfort. Building expert Jeff Howell recommends ten solutions for soundproofing
A crucial consideration of an inner city renovation is how to maximise space and light when restricted by small spaces with limited floor area and restricted natural light.
How do you transform a rundown house whilst bringing up two children, a baby and two dogs? We spoke to a young family about the highs and lows of their Manchester renovation project